Question about 2000 Honda Civic
Curious about trying to replace the oxygen sensor on a 2000 Civic EX. never attempted it before, but i'm getting ready to do a tune up and i'm wondering if it is something i can do myself?
Is the check engine light on with oxygen sensor codes?
If there are no problems with it leave it alone. i have seen factory sensors working good with over 300k miles on them. I recommend using dealer tune parts. at least NGK plugs. I have found misfire problems with aftermarket tune parts on several occasions.
there could be 2 oxygen sensors and they will be in the exhaust manifold or the catalytic converter or the "A" pipe between the manifold and catalytic converter. if you have the correct tools you can do it. sometimes requires special tools and rarely they are seized in the exhaust manifold and damage the manifold than it has to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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